A few months ago I filmed an episode of “Moore Engaging” at the Harvard Business School. Preparing for that interview got me thinking…about how Sunday school classes are typically run. Strange connection I know, but bear with me.
How would it work if we ran Sunday school classes like Harvard’s case method? I am dead serious. People would prepare beforehand and the teacher would expertly guide the conversation. In the video below you will see how much more preparation the teacher does in comparison to the student. The Harvard business faculty are zealously committed to their own preparation so they can guide well.
I know. This is too intense for Sunday school. Perhaps, but look how Paul says those of us going for the imperishable wreath ought to train. Much more than those who prepare like crazy for the perishable one (I Cor. 9:24-27)!
Take a look at this video and see if you think I am crazy for making the suggestion. It could bring new life to the old Sunday school!